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{{tnr}} The '''Joint Finance Committee''' is a [[standing committee]] of the [[Wisconsin State Legislature]].
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{{wisconsin joint legislative committees}}{{tnr}} The '''Joint Finance Committee''' is a [[standing committee]] of the [[Wisconsin State Legislature]].
  
 
The Joint Finance Committee approved [[Wisconsin Assembly Bill 11, the "Scott Walker Budget Repair Bill" (2011)|Assembly Bill 11, the "Scott Walker Budget Repair Bill"]] on Wednesday, February 16, leading to [[Union protests in Madison, Wisconsin over Gov. Scott Walker's Budget Repair Bill|union protests]] that attracted national attention.<ref>[http://host.madison.com/ct/news/local/govt-and-politics/article_697492ec-3a9a-11e0-9c39-001cc4c002e0.html ''Wisconsin State Journal,'' "Committee passes Walker's budget bill; now moves to Senate ", February 17, 2011]</ref>
 
The Joint Finance Committee approved [[Wisconsin Assembly Bill 11, the "Scott Walker Budget Repair Bill" (2011)|Assembly Bill 11, the "Scott Walker Budget Repair Bill"]] on Wednesday, February 16, leading to [[Union protests in Madison, Wisconsin over Gov. Scott Walker's Budget Repair Bill|union protests]] that attracted national attention.<ref>[http://host.madison.com/ct/news/local/govt-and-politics/article_697492ec-3a9a-11e0-9c39-001cc4c002e0.html ''Wisconsin State Journal,'' "Committee passes Walker's budget bill; now moves to Senate ", February 17, 2011]</ref>

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The Joint Finance Committee is a standing committee of the Wisconsin State Legislature.

The Joint Finance Committee approved Assembly Bill 11, the "Scott Walker Budget Repair Bill" on Wednesday, February 16, leading to union protests that attracted national attention.[1]

Membership

2011-2012 Session

Assembly Members:

Republican Party Rep. Robin Vos Co-Chair
Republican Party Rep. Mark Gottlieb Vice-Chair
Republican Party Rep. Dan Meyer
Republican Party Rep. Daniel LeMahieu
Republican Party Rep. John Nygren
Republican Party Rep. Pat Strachota
Democratic Party Rep. Tamara Grigsby
Democratic Party Rep. Jennifer Shilling

Senate Members:

Republican Party Sen. Alberta Darling Co-Chair
Republican Party Sen. Luther Olsen Vice-Chair
Republican Party Sen. Sheila Harsdorf
Republican Party Sen. Joe Leibham
Republican Party Sen. Glenn Grothman
Republican Party Sen. Randy Hopper
Democratic Party Sen. Lena Taylor
Democratic Party Sen. Bob Jauch

2009-2010 Session

Assembly Members:

Democratic Party Rep. Mark Pocan Co-Chair
Democratic Party Rep. Pedro Colon
Democratic Party Rep. Cory Mason
Democratic Party Rep. Tamara Grigsby
Democratic Party Rep. Jennifer Shilling
Democratic Party Rep. Jon Richards
Republican Party Rep. Robin Vos
Republican Party Rep. Phil Montgomery

Senate Members:

Democratic Party Sen. Mark Miller Co-Chair
Democratic Party Sen. Dave Hansen
Democratic Party Sen. Lena Taylor
Democratic Party Sen. John Lehman
Democratic Party Sen. Judy Robson
Democratic Party Sen. Julie Lassa
Republican Party Sen. Alberta Darling
Republican Party Sen. Luther Olsen

External links

References

  1. Wisconsin State Journal, "Committee passes Walker's budget bill; now moves to Senate ", February 17, 2011